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HONEY BUN from musical "South Pacific" 1949 New York 1951 London filmed 1955 Richard Rodgers (m) Oscar Hammerstein II (l) 1949 as recorded by Mary Martin with Salvatore Dell'Isola & his Orchestra April 1949 New York (original stage production) My doll is as dainty as a sparrow, Her picture is something to applaud! Where she's narrow She's as narrow As an arrow, And she's broad Where a broad Should be broad! A hundred and one Pounds of fun, That's my little honey bun, Get a load o' honey bun tonight! A-speakin' of my Sweetie pie, Only sixty inches high, Every inch is packed with dynamite! Her hair is blonde and curly, Her curls are hurly-burly! Her lips are pips, I curl her hips Whirly and whirly! She's my babe, I'm her pap, I'm her booby, she's my trap! I am caught and I don't wanna run, 'Cause I'm havin' so much fun with honey bun! I am caught and I don't wanna run, 'Cause I'm havin' so much fun with honey bun! Believe me sonny, She's a cookie who can cook ya till you're done! Ain't bein' funny, Sonny, put your money on my honey bun! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - September 2013)

    


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